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Canada: Harper says no decriminalization


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“We're very concerned about the spread of drugs in the country and the damage it's doing and as you know we have legislation before the House [of Commons] to crack down.

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I thought that pot was already legal in most of Canada.

Good for the Canadians. Next... Hard Liquor and Cigs.

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Good luck with that Harper. The majority of Canadians think otherwise. Won't be long and your name will be just another past PM.

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I thought that pot was already legal in most of Canada.

Good for the Canadians. Next... Hard Liquor and Cigs.

It is decriminalized. You are not allowed legally to grow it but if you are caught with an ounce and under there is supposedly no criminal record and most police will let you keep it. Harper thinks he's king here and changing the law will do more good than harm. The guy's an idiot. He's in Americas' back pocket... Israel too. He's a flake with a sword. Oh well, live by the sword.....

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I'm glad he said that.

Now maybe we can get rid of him and vote in someone better.

:tu: Exactly! Can you imagine what we could be bringing in in taxes on it?

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